As Ghislaine Maxwell faces her day of destiny at the ‘trial of the century,’ her brother ridiculously claims their pension robbing father’s “reputation was trashed beyond belief” and announces of his sister: “This time, let’s bring this ship home”
Tomorrow – Monday 29th November 2021 – will finally be mucky Ghislaine Maxwell’s ‘day of destiny.’
As the alleged sex trafficker arrives at the Thurgood Marshall United States Courthouse in Manhattan, New York for a trial where cameras remarkably won’t be present due to the Federal Rule of Criminal procedure, it is yet unknown who’ll be there to support her.
Present at previous hearings has often been her one of her sisters, Isabel – complete with head coverings and sunglasses to attempt to disguise herself – but her husband since 2016, Scott Borgerson, has yet to bother to put in an appearance. He was snapped late last week shopping in Manchester-on-Sea, Massachusetts and getting into a ritzy £100,000 Telsa, but when approached by a photographer ironically moaned: “Leave me alone, you’re harassing me.”
In a report on Tuesday last, the DailyMail.com’s Shawn Cohen asked: “Are they still together?” of a strangely secretive couple that Jeffrey Epstein’s alleged procurer and ex-girlfriend’s very own family knew nothing of.
Speaking to the New York Post, Ghislaine’s brother Ian Maxwell, remarked: “It’s the first time we knew of [Scott Borgerson’s] existence, when we saw his name on the bail application… [They previously maintained] the most private of lives to protect [Borgerson’s] young children. She did not want to submit her family to the publicity.”
Whether or not the 45-year old multi-millionaire former tech CEO will turn up for the trial of his ‘Mrs Robinson-like’ 59-year-old wife remains to be seen, but meanwhile Ian Maxwell carried on his PR peddling campaign by announcing:
“People have to remain anonymous because they have lost their livelihoods for supporting Ghislaine. One person was asked to step down from two board positions. We live in a world where you can be cancelled quite easily.”
“It’s incomprehensible to me that America should treat anyone like this, let alone my sister… What all this tells us is that, having lost Epstein … [authorities] are taking it out on Ghislaine. In some respects, she is paying the price for Epstein.”
“Ghislaine has always kept her private life private … we did not see or know about their friendship in any detail at all,” Ian said. “All of my siblings — except Anne who never met him — met Epstein: Once, in the case of Kevin, Philip and I, and a couple of times in the case of Christine and Isabel. All of us had a similar impression of him: intelligent but not a warm character, a little cagey even, with a low attention threshold.”
“She had a tough start in her own life, but it led to her being surprisingly independent and being her own person.”
“The idea that [Ghislaine] would be groomed to carry out these odious acts, I just can’t conceive of it… She’s just a patsy…. She had no idea Jeffrey Epstein was a paedophile… Ghislaine was arrested because are the authorities are so embarrassed they lost a man on their watch.”
Ignoring the fact that his entire family were brought up on the proceeds of their ‘Bouncing Czech’ robber baron father’s criminal activities and that the Mail on Sunday gave her a vast ‘exclusive’ to spin her pernicious story earlier in November, Mr Maxwell unbelievably concluded of his sister:
“Ghislaine is convinced that she will be exonerated. If you look at the voices that have been shouting about this case, you’ve heard every voice except Ghislaine’s.”
“We’ve had a rollercoaster of a time for 50 years. Our father’s reputation was trashed beyond belief. Here, we are again fighting, fighting, fighting. This time, let’s bring this ship home.”
Clearly, Ian Maxwell has been drinking the same Kool-Aid that eventually consumed his grotesque, monstrous father and which clearly Prince Andrew’s chum has been on also.
Tomorrow, however, before Judge Alison J. Nathan, this sordid socialite’s wall-of-money and life of luxury will start to be laid bare. The cracks in Ghislaine Maxwell’s denials of the sexual antics of which she stands accused will be examined and finally, as her four accusers and those expected to testify tell their stories, the world will finally get to learn whether this woman is actually innocent or guilty.
To learn more about what is being dubbed the ‘trial of the century,’ we suggest reading ‘Ghislaine Maxwell: An Unauthorized Biography by Kirby Sommers.’ To purchase a copy, click here.
Pictured top – Ghislaine Maxwell and the men in her life – current husband Scott Borgerson, close ‘friend’ Prince Andrew and ex-boyfriend Jeffrey Epstein.
The case against Ghislaine Maxwell
The late ‘Cap’n Bob’s’ daughter is on trial on counts of:
- Conspiracy to entice minors to travel to engage in illegal sex acts.
- Enticement of a minor to travel to engage in illegal sex acts.
- Conspiracy to transport minors with intent to engage in criminal sexual activity.
- Transporting a minor with the intent to engage in criminal sexual activity.
- Sex trafficking conspiracy.
- Sex trafficking of a minor.
- Lying under oath.
Some of the key ‘Famous Faces’ whose names could potentially be aired at ‘The Trial of The Decade’
- Alexander Acosta
- Woody Allen
- Ehud Barak
- Tom Barrack
- Jean-Luc Brunel
- Naomi Campbell
- President Bill Clinton and his wife Hillary
- Alan Dershowitz
- Glenn Dubin and his wife Eva
- Bill Gates
- Geordie Greig
- Lord Mandelson
- Marvin Minsky
- George J. Mitchell
- Rupert Murdoch
- Peter Nygård
- Bill Richardson III
- Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman
- Kevin Spacey
- Jes Staley
- Ken Starr
- President Donald Trump and his potentially trafficked wife Melania
- Ivana Trump
- Chris Tucker
- Harvey Weinstein
- Leslie Wexner
- Prince Andrew, Duke of York and his live-in ex-wife Sarah, Duchess of York